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|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Rating:||E10+ (Everyone 10+)||Game Name:||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Video Game Series:||Sonic the Hedgehog||Publisher:||SEGA|
|Features:||Manual Included, Multiplayer||MPN:||68006|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure, Arcade||UPC:||0010086680065|
|Join Sonic, Silver, and Shadow the Hedgehog with this 15th-anniversary edition of Sonic the Hedgehog. Also referred to as Sonic 2006, this game combines classic elements from the series with new characters and controls that help make it stand out in a modern era. Fans familiar with the series will love the nods and details put into the elements. Sonic the Hedgehog is also an ideal starter game for anyone who has never played a Sonic game before. On Soleanna, a beautiful princess is kidnapped by Dr. Eggman in his disastrous scheme to destroy everything in his path. The game contains fast-paced action through a mysterious and magical kingdom. The Hedgehog meets new characters in this game while reacquainting with old friends as he strives to stop the evil Eggman and his sidekicks. Sonic can be played with for a majority of the levels, but there are also two other Hedgehogs that can be toggled through. Shadow can be used to combat enemies or ride various vehicles like a motorcycle. The character of Silver can be used to explore specific areas, uncover clues, and solve puzzles to get through specific parts of a level. A number of side characters can also be activated to reach areas such as using Knuckles to punch through walls. Tails can fly to areas to unlock mini-games and get through challenging obstacles. The Xbox 360 version of Sonic the Hedgehog uses the same ring mechanics as other games in the franchise. Rings must be collected to gain health, and a character can only die if it has no rings. If a character has rings and is struck by an enemy, then the rings will shoot out everywhere and must be collected again. The story takes place in two phases. In the first phase, you can explore the surroundings with Sonic in town and play mini-games as you interact with new creatures. In the second phase, players are outside the town with Sonic speeding through dynamic moves and using the thrust of the Xbox 360 technical capabilities to accomplish his objectives. The title supports adding up to four people, allowing players to go through levels together, race through areas, or participate in a number of mini-game challenges. The Xbox 360 version of the game features downloadable content through the Xbox live platform. Extra modes can also be downloaded, including the Boss Attack mode that features all of the bosses in one continuous battle. The Very Hard mode of the game can also be downloaded, which highlights more villains, harder bosses, and fewer rings to collect. Extra obstacles are also inserted into the levels. Sonic the Hedgehog on Microsoft Xbox 360 has an E 10+ rating for violent content and action. Explore worlds and celebrate the franchise that has lasted for numerous worlds. With a 2006 release date, there is a lot of content to play through in this video game for the Xbox. Quick gameplay and an exciting musical score combine to create a memorable gaming experience. Embark on a fun adventure with your favorite fast hedgehog in Sonic the Hedgehog.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||53694393|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Game Name||Sonic the Hedgehog|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Rating||E10+ (Everyone 10+)|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Fantasy Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||Customize Sonic's moves and defeat enemies to earn ability upgrades Navigate your character through each of ten stages on foot or by riding a variety of high-powered vehicles Take on and defeat ten bosses as Sonic, Silver, and|
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Sonic The Hedgehog
In what might be seen as a move to reset and reinvent the series, the latest game to feature Sonic the Hedgehog is merely called Sonic the Hedgehog. Sega's blue critter has been around since the 16-bit days, when his side-scrolling platformers were strong enough to take on Mario, the then-undisputed kingpin of the platforming genre. Sonic's fall from grace has been slow, starting with a promising first stab at 3D with Sonic Adventure, but it's all been downhill since those far-gone days, and games like this new Sonic the Hedgehog are the culprit. With plenty of bad glitches, poor controls, and totally lame gameplay on all fronts, this one's not going to restore any part of the Hedgehog's name to glory. Sonic the Hedgehogscreenshot Sonic and the crew are back with a lackluster adventure that isn't worth your time or money. While Sonic's name is on the box, you'll actually spend most of your time playing as other characters. The game is broken up into three different stories: one starring Sonic, one starring Shadow, and one starring a new hedgehog called Silver. Each of the stories play differently because of the way each hedgehog controls. Sonic is meant to be the fast-moving one, and he mainly attacks via a homing jump attack that makes most basic fights as simple as timing presses of the A button to bounce from foe to foe. Silver has telekinesis powers that let him pick up large objects and use his mind to fling them at enemies. He's not as fast as Sonic, but he has the ability to float in the air for brief periods of time, letting him cross larger gaps. Shadow the Hedgehog gets his own version of the homing attack, but the big difference is that he can drive around in different armed vehicles. Further watering the game down is a heavy supporting cast, so even when you pick the Sonic episode, you'll still occasionally play as Tails and Knuckles. Other Sonic collaborators, like Amy, Blaze, Rouge, and E-123 Omega also put in guest appearances. While the character variety might initially seem like a good idea, most of them aren't too interesting. Tails moves almost painfully slowly, and his fake ring bombs aren't any fun to use, so when Sonic levels occasionally switch over to him, it's immediately boring. In addition to the single-player levels, you can play the game in a two-player, split-screen tag mode that attempts to force players to cooperate as you progress through the story. In addition, you can go back and play levels you've completed in a battle mode. While you play as many different characters throughout the main game, the same structure applies across the board. The game's action stages are separated by town portions, where you'll be able to take on dopey side missions to help out the locals or figure out puzzles to proceed. Each of these side missions are bookended by two sets of loading screens, where it first loads up the exact same scene, just with different text dialogue, then it loads up the actual mission. After that, it has to load up some ending text and then load up the out-of-mission version of that part of town. Each load time is fairly long, and when they stack up in this way, it almost makes the game feel broken.
Not What I Had In Mind!
As the years go by, Sonic continues to lose his edge in the gaming world. Sure he's still a classic. Yeah the graphics are always decent. It does feel fast, really fast, probably too fast. Collecting items has never really felt as important as it does in other games because you move so fast. This 360 title is no exception. Things move fast and that's great but it feels like the same game over and over. I love the character though and the story is better this time around with great cinematics but the gameplay feels just too done already. And the controls are frustrating because the same buttons are used to perform different tricks and if Sonic ever does the wrong trick you will probably end up falling to your death because of the level design. Combat is improved and attacking enemies is a ton easier than previous games. Fans will probably want this one regardless. I can't recommend buying. 3.5/5
Polish your shoes, Sonic before you start running
What a game this is. Tons of bugs, yet really fun to play. I think Sega would have hit home with this game had all the bugs and glitches been cleaned up and the game's optimization polished. Gameplay: PROS: Fast and fun with Sonic and Shadow; Interesting and puzzling with Silver. Decent control. Different abilities and play styles make the characters a lot of fun to play. CONS: Camera control is a bit difficult to handle. Glitchy areas, especially Kingdom Valley. Sonic doesn't run as fast as he usually should. Loading Screens--too many of them! RATING: GOOD Storyline: PROS: Extremely interesting and high level storyline for a Sonic game. CONS: Time Travel is confusing RATING: EXCELLENT Music/Sound: PROS: Voice acting has improved since Shadow the Hedgehog, the music is beautifully orchestrated, and is pleasing to listen to. RATING: GREAT Difficulty: PROS: VERY Challenging levels, whether the glitches play a part in it or not. The levels are fun challenges. CONS: GLITCHES--they tend to kill you, a lot, and it's frustrating. RATING: GREAT OVERALL RATING: GREAT (Good for ebay) (8/10 for normal ratings). This is a fun game to play. It's one that Sega should go back to and fix up to make it even better, to make it a good Successor to Sonic Adventure 2.
SONIC THE HEDGEGOG (2006)
To most, this game is a pile of junk. To me this is greatest piece of programing yet. I not 100 percent sure why I like this game, but at least this game has made understande that you can't enjoy or appreciate everything. There's at least one game for everyone. That exist to make a person think its the best thing ever made. Wether or not its good or bad thing is really up to the user. As for me, this game is that to me. So this isn't really a review, but I'll say im just biased.
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Don't trust the reviews
Sonic the Hedgehog was supposed to be the game that returned Sonic's name to glory, but due to tight time constants, the game was left horribily unfinished, chalked with bad glitches, absomimal loading times, a lanky camera, and a bad control set-up, not to mention tons of features were removed from the game. However, dispite all these things, Sonic the Hedgehog is still a great game. It offers a wide range of gameplay that will leave the game refreashed everytime you play it. Critics have panned the game for its faults, but if you can see past them, you find unique and enjoyable experience you will not regret.